Glacier lagoon, Iceland

Awestruck by the beauty of the south coast, today we head towards the majestic Vatnajokull National park. Vatnajökull National Park is one of three national parks in Iceland. It encompasses all of Vatnajökull glacier and extensive surrounding areas. These include the national parks previously existing at Skaftafell in the southwest and Jökulsárgljúfur in the north….

Iceland in a Terrarium

DREAMLAND From waterfalls to lava lands Boiling earth to snowy peaks, From sunshine to rainy days Lush greens to black and greys, From melting ice to frozen lips Ice caves to lava caves, From national parks to barren lands Puffins to diving whales, From floating glaciers to frozen lakes Misty mornings to foggy days, From…

The Golden Circle, Iceland

TRRRRRRRR TRRRRRRRRRRR…… and the alarm sounded sharp at 6AM. Making way to the gym on a cold morning was clearly not my idea of a holiday morning. I GRUMP and get out of bed to fetch my gym wear. After an hour of sweating it out, happy me looks forward to a hearty warm breakfast…

An icy encounter – Jokulsarlon glacier

Large chunks of ice, Afloat the gorgeous lagoon, Creating magical shapes, Celebrates different hues. Offspring’s of the Vatnajokull glacier, Ghostly white, black and blue, Beside the lava giants, Wears a blanket grey. Mesmerized by its beauty, Casted in a special spell, I feel encapsulated in stillness, Flying with the icy winds. The water fresh on…

20 promising tips when travelling with kids aged 5 to 10 yrs.

Oh, I love this, As I write this as I am also packing for my next vacation to Thailand to mark my father’s 60th birthday. While I cannot wait to board, I am equally excited to share these 20 most promising and effective tips to keep in mind while travelling with young children. Food, snacks…

Why Khimsar, Rajasthan should be on your bucket list !

After enjoying the delicacies of Jaipur we move on to Khimsar, a small town in Rajasthan,about 280 km  (6 hr drive)from Jaipur. The sun was at its peak  when we approached The Khimsar Sand Dunes Village. It’s a man-made oasis built-in the middle of the desert accessible only on bullock carts and jeep. We loaded…

Jaipur,Rajasthan

Jaipur 28-1-2016 Greeted by a nip in the air , Jaipur coloured in different shades of pink welcomes us with an open heart . Love pours in as we meet and greet family members who join together for a brother’s wedding. The Ameer fort and the Hawa Mahal are a delight to watch. The Ameer…

Sydney, Australia

Did you know Sydney was the land for transported convicts during the British era? Since convict transportation ended in the mid-19th century, the city has transformed from a colonial outpost into a major global cultural and economic centre. The municipal council of Sydney was incorporated in 1842 and became Australia’s first city.  Gold was discovered in the…

Cairns, Australia

Cairns is a land of adventure , of dreams and of experiences.The sight of Cairns from the sky itself relieved me off my  tiredness from a long day of travel.Vast water bodies and ample greens filled me with a desire to explore more. The Esplanade was hosting a flea market that evening,with children in the…

Adelaide, Australia

Oh my heart warms up as I think about this fairy land. A place where dreams come true and magic fills the air, happiness and colour all the way. The Mayfair hotel was in the heart of the city diagonally opposite to the famous Haigh’s chocolate shop. After treating ourselves on some delicious treats and…